Comfy Scrubs and Supportive Shoes are a Must

Comfort and support are not luxury words for health professionals. They are necessary components needed in order to succeed in Continue Reading

posted by at April 2nd
Bright Colors Cheer Up Your Patients

White has long been the color associated with physician’s jackets and nursing uniforms, but bolder and brighter colors have become Continue Reading

posted by at November 16th
What is Sciatic Leg Pain and How Do I Get Rid of It?

The sciatic nerve is the longest nerve in the human body.  It starts in the lower part of the spine Continue Reading

posted by Macy Fackrell at October 24th
Daily Workouts a Part of CrossFit Since It Started

While the CrossFit program has become hugely popular, for the uninitiated, the first logical question is, “What is CrossFit exercise Continue Reading

posted by at September 27th
Do You Need a CPAP Mask?

Sleep apnea is a very common disorder that causes delayed or shallow breathing at night. The most prevalent form of Continue Reading

posted by Mike Huber at September 6th
Three Advantages of Liquid Vitamins

Vitamins are essential to human life. The human body cannot synthesize these vitamins for itself, so it needs to acquire Continue Reading

posted by at July 23rd
Incontinence Isn’t Just a Senior Moment

There is a huge miseducation and a stigma regarding incontinence. Unfortunately television commercials decades ago introduced the idea to younger Continue Reading

posted by Mike Huber at June 22nd
Top Five Bedtime Rituals

For people who have problems falling asleep and staying asleep, in addition to using a sleep supplement, the answer lies Continue Reading

posted by at May 31st
Five Reasons Not to Give Up After a Disability Denial

When applying for Social Security disability, there are many things to consider. One of the things you must realize is Continue Reading

posted by at May 23rd
Caregiving for Patients with Multiple Sclerosis

Multiple Sclerosis, or M.S., is a disease that progressively becomes worse and affects the nervous system. The cause of M.S. Continue Reading

posted by Mike Huber at April 27th

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